By peoplestaff225
Updated September 30, 2015 11:31 AM
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Khloé Kardashian‘s food organization skills have taken the Internet by storm — and now you can replicate them in your home.

After posting a video of her crazy (or crazy awesome?) method of storing food in her pantry, Kardashian inspired us to adopt some of her “Khlo-C-D” tendencies.

First, there’s the ever-important cereal, which takes center stage. For her wide variety of tastes (Lucky Charms, Corn Flakes, Frosted Mini Wheats, Cheerios, and Rice Krispies, among others), Kardashian uses OXO’s POP Cereal Dispenser, which go for $20 each. Yes, this is a container made specifically for cereal: It has a top button, which creates an air-tight seal, and rounded corners for easy pouring.

As for the other containers, snacks like mini Nilla wafers and Hostess cupcakes go in rounded POP Jars with lids, and grains and nuts go in Big Square containers (available in 12 different sizes to meet your dry food storage needs). They go for $20 and $16 each, respectively.

Kardashian is also a big advocate of baskets, which she knows are “an extra expense.” These espresso-colored willow baskets from World Market are sleek and sturdy enough to hold all of your overflow candy bar inventory and range from $15 to $25.

And, of course, if you’ve got the baskets you need to have the labels, like Kardashian. You can buy 40 of these mini chalkboard labels with with a white liquid chalk marker on Amazon for just under $15.

If you really want to get down to the last detail like Kardashian, you’ve gotta have a diversified portfolio of straws. These pink spiral paper ones from Target for $5.49 are a good place to start.

And how about those cookie jars she keeps on her countertop filled with Oreos stacked ever-so-meticulously? She uses the Heritage Hill 2-gallon glass jars (which she gets from Target) for about $14 each.

Now fire up your label-makers, all you Type As, all that junk food isn’t going to organize itself.

Shay Spence, @chezspence